Pub Food

Changing tastes: the history of the gastropub is unique

Gastropubs ‘not killing off pub culture’

By Nicholas Robinson

Gastropubs are providing a boost to society and pub culture, rather than gentrifying a historic British tradition, an author has claimed in her new book.

Crime against pub food: miniature fryer baskets was one operator's gripe (credit: HHLtDave5/iStock/thinkstock.co.uk)

Crimes against pub food revealed

By Nikkie Sutton

From dodgy plate designs to seasonal frivolity, leading pub chefs and patrons tell The Morning Advertiser what their pet peeves are when it comes to serving pub food.

2015: the year in pub food

2015 review: the year in pub food

By Daniel Woolfson

As 2015 draws to a close, Daniel Woolfson takes a look back at some of the events and trends that shaped the sector throughout the year.

All hail the pub food classics

All hail the pub food classics

By Lesley Foottit

The classics never die. A sweeping statement that may be, but it seems to hold water. Take music, for example — the Beatles are as popular as ever and still hold several music industry records, while ABBA’s hits were incorporated into the film Mamma Mia!...

Breakfast features in the development plans

Punch to add new deals to concept

By Jo Bruce

Punch Taverns plans to add three new packages to its Simply Pub Food concept for tenants. Simply Pub Food is on trial in 50 pubs, with plans to...